The primary intention of ABFs is to help adults CONNECT to one another and GROW in Christ. ABFs have organized fellowship and care and outreach into the group that meets on Sundays. These are essentials in the fellowship and in the relationships. Adult Bible Fellowships have a leadership team who help develop the caring system and the relationships within the group. Adult Bible Fellowships are groups that stay together to get to know each other, and to develop in their faith together. Unlike electives classes, ABFs are not groups that meet together quarterly and then reshuffle for the next quarter. Electives tend to kill the idea of people getting to know one another because people only meet for 12 weeks and then everyone moves on to another class. Unlike quarterly based elective classes,  ABFs stay together. There are no “quarters” or arbitrary schedules. Each group can study material at their own pace, since they will be continuing together indefinitely. Of course, people can drift in and out of the groups, but the intention is that people remain connected in their groups. Teaching will be shared by different people from time to time.

You can join the conversation or come just to listen & be encouraged.

Summer Schedule Time: 8:45am until September 2

Location: Room 9 behind the Sanctuary

"God, help me move beyond this failure..." "God, help me get rid of the bitterness in my heart..." "God, help me..." We'll look to Scripture for practical answers to tough challenges we all face in our Christian walk. To make the series even more helpful, we left room for 'class-choice topics' which will be determined based on class interest. The series will be Scriptural, practical, and personal. 
Study Topics
Overcoming Failure ~ Growing in Perseverance & Hope
Facing Fears & Anxiety ~ Growing in Courage
Dealing with Guilt ~ Enjoying the Freedom of Forgiveness
The Art of Godly Confrontation ~ Learning to Speak the Truth in Love
Overcoming Bitterness ~ Choosing Forgiveness
Teacher: Tim Ferguson







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